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Both sweet and savory dishes from the best ingredients of the season! Snacks, sandwiches, soups and main courses are made fresh in Zivago's kitchen. Made to share! We also serve carefully selected wines, craft cocktails and cold beer. The restaurant itself is an interesting sight with it's "vindustrial" style decor and unique details.
À la carte
*Tapas-like dishes. We recommend to order a few!*
Fennel salad with ginger mayo and house bread (l, g) … 4,5 €
pickled root vegetables with elderflowerand tomato sauce and dark bread (l, g, vg) … 4 €
Croquettes made with fish and cauliflower with dill cream (l) … 6,5 €
Prawns in melon & chili marinade with dark bread (l, g) … 6,5 €
Salted, thinly sliced beef with horseradish cream and cranberry (l, g) … 10,5 €
House baked bread and sage butter (l) … 2,5 €
*House made toasted bread with delicious topping – makes a full meal with a side dish!*
Toast bread, roasted vegetables with goat cheese crust and tomato sauce (l) … 7,5 €
Toast bread, chili-marinated shrimp, Emmental cheese and dill cream (l) … 9,5 €
Toast bread, smoked beef roast, onion, capers and Emmental cheese … 11 €
*A kitchen is known for it's soup and we take it seriously!*
Parsnip & garlic soup with house made dark bread (l, g, vg) … 8,5 €
**FISH & SHRIMP SOUP**
Fish & shrimp soup with tomato and cream served with house made bread (l, g) … 9,5 €
SWEET & SAVOURY
*To finish a meal or to just simply enjoy with coffee/wine*
Cheeses with berry compote … 5,5 €
Sweet potato - chocolate cake with raspberry sorbet (l, vg) … 5,5 €
Yogurt pannacotta, rhubarb compote and cookie crumble (l, g) … 6 €
House made ice cream (l, g) … 4 €
*Ask your waiter for today's flavours*
*Made with love using season's best ingredients that are produced as close to home as possible!*
Spinach blini with pickled root vegetable salad and tomato mayo (l, vg) … 4,5 €
Roasted celery and coriander mayo (l, g) … 7,5 €
Fried pike with dill cream and fennel salad (l) … 8,5 €
Grilled char with orange compote and roasted bell pepper (l, g) … 12,5 €
**ROASTED CHICKEN BREAST**
Roasted & stewed chicken breast with apple & chili sauce (l, g) … 10,5 €
Caramelized, slow cooked pork (l) … 10,5 €
Two minitournedos with Marsala sauce (l, g) … 15,5 €
Fried beef tongue with horseradish sauce (l, g) … 11,5 €
*Choose a side dish for your meal!*
**Green salad with raspberry vinaigrette** (l, g, vg) … 5 €
**Pearl salad** (l, g, vg) … 5 €
**Roasted root veggies** (l, g, vg) … 5 €
**Oat risotto** (l, g) … 5 €
**Fried cauliflower** (l, g) … 5 €
**Roasted bell peppers** (l, g, vg) … 5 €
**Fried potatoes with lime aioli** (l, g) 5 €
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